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A Few Of The Effects of Population Growth on the Environment

The population of the world is slowly increasing. As this happens, we need to take great caution in making sure we don’t harm the environment. If we don’t be careful then it could lead to disastrous effects for us and nature. As cities grow larger and larger the natural land around them is being turned into homes and office buildings. ...

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MRSA Staph Infection

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus auereus or MRSA is a deadly strain of the staph infection, and medical researchers have lately termed it as the ‘Super Bug’. This nickname is quite fitting for this lethal infection, especially after the turbulence it has caused in the both the medical world and the normal population. The basic cause behind a staph infection is the staph ...

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Environmental Hazards In Africa – Save Our Community of Africa

UNHEALTHY COMMUNITY AND ENVINROMENT: SAVE OUR COMMUNITY AFRICA Humans have doubtless been altering their local environments since arriving in the scene as a distinct species several hundred thousand years ago. Our debut as major actors on the global stage – actors comparable in influence to the classic roles played by erosion, volcanism, natural selection, and the like- is a much ...

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Ecosystem Balance Affected By GM Corn

Genetically Modified (GM) foods may have been found to have an impact on human health although the final decision is not in yet. However, GM plants have been found growing in the wild and a new study now finds the insecticides from GM crops are present in the streams of the Midwestern United States. Jennifer Tank and some of her ...

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Why Do We Need the Rainforests?

If we are to save what is left of the rainforests on earth, we need to understand and make people understand the part these forests play in our life, and in our existence. For most people, the rainforests are exotic worlds to be seen in Discovery Channel and to be forgotten. After all, how does a dense forest full of ...

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Crickets

Crickets are insects that belong to the order Orthoptera. Crickets are an important part of the ecosystem since they help in the breakdown of plant material. They are also an important source of food for other animals like small owls, spiders, birds, mice, shrews, snakes, frogs, raccoons and opossums. Crickets are generally brown or black in color, have antennae which ...

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What is Sustainable Development?

Sustainable Site Development Sustainable site development has the goal of preserving or restoring a site’s natural ecosystem. The most widely recognized definition of sustainable development is development that “meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”[1] Sustainability Starts with the Soil Soil is the soul of project Soil is the ...

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How to Reset Dell Password On User Account Without Reset Disk

User accounts are the primary means of access for real people to the system, and these accounts insulate the user and the environment, preventing the users from damaging the system or other users, and allowing users to customize their environment without affecting others. Meanwhile, the user accounts in Windows help PC administrators or owners add a basic level of security ...

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Hunting – Can it Be Beneficial to the Environment?

The issue of hunting’s effects on the environment can be divided into three categories. First of all, does hunting serve as a viable and legitimate method of managing animal populations? Second, do the alliances formed between hunting, conservation, and environmental groups serve the betterment of the environment? Third, does the activity of hunting promote a closer connection between the hunter ...

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Jovian Life: The Moons Versus The Planets

If you are a professional scientist interested in astrobiology (exobiology), searching for life in the Universe, your mantra is “follow the water”. If you want to find life, find liquid water first. But liquid water isn’t the total be-all-and-end-all when it comes to finding LGM – Little Green Microbes. Water, based on Planet Earth’s own terrestrial life as the only ...

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